Holiday Wonder Brings Sparkle to Fair Park this Season
October 16, 2017 – 12:10 pm | No Comment

Holiday Wonder Brings Sparkle to the Season in Fair Park Nov. 21 – Jan. 7
Magical lanterns. Lifetime of Memories. Family-friendly event illuminates holiday season with artistic wonderland creations, attractions and performances
Holiday Wonder debuts this winter …

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Help Your Child Develop Independence
February 18, 2013 – 6:03 am | No Comment
Help Your Child Develop Independence

How to Recognize When Your Child Needs Independence
Guest post by Kids ‘R’ Kids of Dallas/Fort Worth
A child developing his or her own independence is inevitable, though you might be surprised at how early it starts. …

Developing Fine Motor Skills with Fun Activities
January 6, 2013 – 1:34 pm | 2 Comments
Developing Fine Motor Skills with Fun Activities

Easy Fine Motor Skills Activity
Guest post from KidsActivitiesBlog.com
A fine motor skills activity can help young children develop and strengthen their hand, wrist, and finger muscles.  Early learning skills such as writing and dressing oneself are …

Is Your Family Overscheduled?
October 31, 2012 – 12:49 pm | 2 Comments
Is Your Family Overscheduled?

Seek Balance with Kids Activities
 
by Kerrie McLoughlin
It makes my head spin to think about how overscheduled some families are these days: school, afterschool care, homework, dinner, sports or dance once a week, swim lessons or …

When Does Your Child’s Behavior Need Outside Help?
November 12, 2011 – 7:00 am | One Comment
When Does Your Child’s Behavior Need Outside Help?

A child’s behavior has meaning. Sometimes behavior tells us that the child is scared or sad. Sometimes behavior tells us that the child is angry or hurting. And although some children’s behaviors can be particularly troubling – like biting, hitting, tantrums, or head banging — these behaviors give us a window into the child’s world. Behavior is an expression of the child’s experience and it is up to adults to help sort through the “problem” behaviors to find their meaning and purpose.